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'The season is not over!' Jim Mora Sr. gives us a great new rant

When he was an NFL coach, Jim Mora was known for a few famous rants (AP) Jim Mora getting mad this week wasn’t on the level of his famous “PLAYOFFS?!?” or “diddly poo” rant, or even his underrated “You may think you know” lecture. But cut the guy a break, he’s 81 years old. Show More Summary

NFL1000 Week 3 Scouting Notebook: Why Are Rookie Quarterbacks Succeeding?

Welcome to Bleacher Report's NFL1000 Scouting Notebook, a weekly series where we'll use the power of the 16-man NFL1000 scouting department to bring you fresh insights into the game and explain some of the more interesting (and potentially...Show More Summary

DeAngelo Williams, Like Marcus Allen, Is an Underappreciated Superstar

J.J. Watt is injured. Adrian Peterson is injured. Tom Brady is still in Sunday detention. Cam Newton is noticeably gimpy. Russell Wilson may be playing with a brace on his knee. The timing couldn't be better for Le'Veon Bell to make his return from suspension. Show More Summary

North Dakota State Bison entertain Illinois State Redbirds for homecoming

The North Dakota State Bison will play the Illinois State Redbirds this Saturday in their 2016 homecoming game. NDSU and Illinois State both hold two of the most impressive wins over FBS schools this season. The Illinois State Redbirds defeated Northwestern 9-7 on September 10. Show More Summary

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Niners Need to Embrace Colin Kaepernick Again

Sit Blaine, bringing the pain and Sea Bass... 1. It's Time for Colin Kaepernick to Start This column isn't about Kaepernick's protest. So for those who believe Kaepernick's decision to kneel during the national anthem will lead to the end of Western civilization, or the swallowing of all life by a black hole, you can read on. Show More Summary

Week 4 Waiver Wire: Top Adds, Drops and Long-Term Fantasy Sleeper Targets

Week 3 of the NFL season was another confusing outing for fantasy owners, and things don't get any easier heading into Week 4. With players like Jamaal Charles and Le'Veon Bell reportedly ready to make their season debuts next weekend,...Show More Summary

The last chance Les Miles shouldn’t have gotten

Everyone knew that head coach Les Miles came into the 2016 season on thin ice, but it was somehow even thinner than we thought. After underperforming last season, he was given a last chance — it was a last chance Les Miles shouldn’t have gotten. Show More Summary

Kirk Cousins Is Costing Himself and the Redskins with Early-Season Regression

Success at the quarterback position in the NFL is often rooted in what we don’t see. We don’t see the long hours of preparation and film study each week. We don’t see the pre-snap read that led to a key third-down completion, or at least not until the tape is rewound later. Show More Summary

How the NFL Cheats: Under the Pile

Whether you call it breaking the rules, bending the rules or just getting creative with the rules, cheating has always been a part of the NFL and always will be. This is Part 3 in a Bleacher Report series on how NFL players and teams seek out some advantage, any advantage, over their competition. Show More Summary

Fame, Fortune and Fear: What It Means to Be Black in the NFL

About five months ago, one of the NFL's better defensive players stopped his car on a side street in the suburbs of Dallas. He'd been visiting friends. A police car had pulled him over even though, the player said, he was traveling five miles under the speed limit. The officer, who was white, asked for the player's license and registration. Show More Summary

Suicidal man talked off bridge via hatred of Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys call themselves “America’s Team,” and indeed they are, performing an important service in this divided country by giving virtually everyone a single team to despise. And now, hatred of the Cowboys has helped save a life. Show More Summary

NFL1000 Week 2 Scouting Notebook: Giants Spent Wisely on Defensive Line

Welcome to Bleacher Report’s NFL1000 Scouting Notebook, a weekly series where we’ll use the power of the 16-man NFL1000 scouting department to bring you fresh insights into the game and explain some of the more interesting (and potentially...Show More Summary

Suicidal man talked off bridge via hatred of Cowboys

Via Columbia, S.C. Police Department The Dallas Cowboys call themselves “America’s Team,” and indeed they are, performing an important service in this divided country by giving virtually everyone a single team to despise. And now, hatred of the Cowboys has helped save a life. Show More Summary

Odell Beckham vs. Josh Norman: The Ali vs. Frazier America Needs Now

America wasn't exactly a paradise when Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier clashed inside and outside the ring in the early 1970s. It was the era of Watergate and the Vietnam War, of oil embargoes and a crippling recession. President Gerald...Show More Summary

Bleacher Report's Daily Football Fix for September 21

Check out five of the top NFL and NCAA football headlines from Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Marshawn Lynch Reacts to the Colin Kaepernick Protest Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was a guest on TBS' Conan with Conan O'Brien, where he was asked about his opinion on Colin Kaepernick's protest of the national anthem. Show More Summary

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: What's Wrong with Aaron Rodgers?

A look at what's happening with Aaron Rodgers, a few rookie quarterbacks making news not named Carson Wentz and an NFL player who made a kid smile. 1. What's Happened to Aaron Rodgers? First, let's get something straight. Aaron Rodgers isn't playing poorly. Show More Summary

The Los Angeles Rams fan experience doesn't seem to be too great

The Los Angeles Rams had their first regular-season home game on Sunday. They even got a win, albeit in an ugly 9-3 game. From afar it looked like a great day there. But it seems like not everything was so wonderful for the crowd at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Show More Summary

Trevor Siemian, Jimmy Garoppolo Will Be Franchise QBs but for Other NFL Teams

The Denver Broncos' Trevor Siemian and New England Patriots' Jimmy Garoppolo should start in the NFL for a long time, although neither will likely serve as the face of his current franchise. Both played well during their first career starts, coming during Week 1 of this season. Show More Summary

Keyshawn Johnson Says LA Rams Coach Jeff Fisher Was 'Forced' to Draft Jared Goff

Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher decided to make No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff the third-string quarterback to begin the season, but former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson believes Fisher never wanted Goff to begin with. In an interview on The Stephen A. Show More Summary

US Representative Steve King Criticizes Colin Kaepernick's Anthem Protest

Steve King, a Republican congressman from Iowa, equated San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's silent protest of the national anthem to being "sympathetic to ISIS" during an appearance on Newsmax TV on Wednesday. "I think Colin Kaepernick is representing the San Francisco 49ers when he puts on that uniform," King said. Show More Summary

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